B shares (C, D, etc.) are classes of shares with specific sets of rights that are are defined by the company's articles of association.
An investor who owns the economic value and other shareholder benefits attached to shares.
An individual who attends company board meetings but is not an official member of the Board of Directors.
A group of people who are either elected, or appointed, to oversee the activities of a company.
A self-sustaining process that is supposed to proceed without external input.
The rate at which a company spends its cash.
Business angels provide capital to start-up and early-stage businesses in return for equity.
An organisation that exists to help startups and early-stage companies survive and succeed.
A template to help develop new or document existing business models.
A document that outlines the company's goals and details how they will be achieved.